Cruise Greece, Turkey & Croatia with Celebrity Cruises

7 nights from only
R18 200
per person sharing incl. taxes
ID # 3743
Valid: 15 Jul 23 to 22 Jul 23
Duration: 7 Nights

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • 7 Nights accommodation onboard the Celebrity Infinity in an interior stateroom
  • Meals, entertainment and activities onboard
  • Taxes, Fees and Port Charges
  • Enhance your package with “Always Included” amenities (Drinks, Wi-Fi & Tips) from an additional R5,880 pp sharing ​
    ​Terms & Conditions apply
  • Please Note:
    All guests must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to travel, enquire for children and full terms. Country and Covid-19 travel restrictions may apply.

Terms and Conditions

Prices are per person twin share, include discounts, capacity controlled and are subject to availability and rate of exchange changes. Offers above are a guide only and will vary depending on departure date, our guide price is based on the cheapest departure within the stipulated season and availability is correct at time of loading. Cruise lines reserve the right to increase fares and end promotional offers without prior notice. Advertised fare based on non-refundable deposit rate subject to additional t’s & c’s.  Visas may be necessary and insurance is essential. Pentravel and Tour Operator terms and conditions apply, and may be found on our website. Offer can be removed at any time. Excludes Insurance. Excludes meals & drinks not specified. Excludes flights. Excludes gratuities, pre-paid tips will be automatically added to the guest account once on board, approximatley USD17 pppd. These packages are based on CASH price. E&OE;.

All guests must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to travel, enquire for children and full terms. Country and Covid-19 travel restrictions may apply.

CWC & Covid 19 Policies are subject to additional terms, conditions and restrictions and will be defined at time of booking and can change without prior notice. Health and safety protocols, guest conduct rules, and regional travel restrictions vary by ship and destination, and are subject to change without notice. Due to evolving health protocols, imagery and messaging may not accurately reflect onboard and destination experiences, offerings, features, or itineraries. These may not be available during your voyage, may vary by ship and destination, and may be subject to change without notice.

SHIP DETAILS

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PORT INFORMATION:

Athens:

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CRUISE ITINERARY

DAY 1: Athens (Piraeus), Greece

The port of Piraeus is one of the last old-style Mediterranean ports from where you can catch ferries to all of the Greek islands and travel a short distance to Greece's capital city Athens.

In the heart of the city lies the ancient Plaka district, with its honeycomb of streets, little shops - and tavernas that come alive at night. Situated on the north and east slopes of the Acropolis, it is rich with historic sites, such as ancient monuments and churches. Within Athens there are eight large hills, including the Acropolis, and on the outskirts, Mount Parnitha, Mount Pendeli and Mount Hymettos surround the city. A trip to Athens' most famous tourist attraction, the impressive Parthenon built on the Acropolis around 2,500 years ago, will be memorable to say the least.

There are an extraordinary number of historic tourist sights in Athens and many of these are known world-wide. Some of the top Athens attractions include the Agora - a grand, ruined Roman building, Hadrian's Arch - originally the city gate linking the Roman quarters with original town of Athens and the stunning Dionysos Theatre - the world's oldest theatre where many great plays have been performed over the years.

Things to See & Do

* Acropolis
* The Panathenaicon Stadium - site of the first Olympiad
* The Temple of the Olympian Zeus
* Plaka district

DAY 2: Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos is the most famous tourist island in the Eastern Mediterranean and certainly the most cosmopolitan among the Cyclades. Mykonos easily captures the visitors interest, thanks to the great variety of choices on offer here. There is something for everyone; “holidays” here can mean anything from the most peaceful relaxation to the wildest partying.

Located on the islands’ western harbor, the “Chora” of Mykonos is a very beautiful old island town, which in the past had its own merchant fleet. Today it maintains a balance between tourism-related development and the preservation of its very picturesque features.

There are whitewashed houses, proud windmills, a multitude of chapels, busy back streets with balconies full of flowers and a multicolored fleet of fishing boats in the port.

In the background is the Paraportiani Church; alongside it, sea-washed “Little Venice”. After sunset everything changes: crowds throng this luxurious marketplace and the restaurants, bars and discos consign the tiny town to the pleasures and the different rhythm of the night.

Ano Mera one of the most eastern side of the island, a tranquil village in the midst of farms, is a lovely locale, known for its excellent taverns. It is ideal for bicycling and hiking, and there are beaches nearby for swimming and water-sports. Tourists may also visit the two monasteries in the area, “Tourliani” and ”Paleokastro”.

As long as the sun is shining, the island’s greatest attractions are the many beautiful beaches and the clean blue-green sea. Most of the beaches are on the south side of the island. Among these are the much frequented Platy Gialos, Psarou, Ornos, Paranga “Paradise” (Kalamopodi), “Super Paradise” (Blintri), Elia, Kalafati, Kalo Livadi, and Lia. On Mykonos western shore are Agios Stefanos, Houlakia, Tourlos, Megali-Ammos and Agios Yannis (opposite Delos).

A day devoted to exploring Delos is a must before returning home. This ancient ruined city dedicated to Apolo, was also a major center in the Mediterranean.

There are a number of small museums in Mykonos town and, during the summer, there is an outdoor cinema, the Cine Mando, and various art exhibitions, theatrical performances and concerts.

Things to See & Do

* Small Venice” ("Mikri Venetia"),
* Windmills
* The island of Delos
* Paraportiani Church
* Monasteries of Agios Panteleimon

DAY 3: Cruising at Sea

DAY 4: Zakynthos, Greece

Zakynthos is the third largest of the Greek Ionian Islands, and is one of the most beautiful and fertile islands of the Mediterranean. Due to repeated earthquakes, the morphological structure of the island is of great interest. Thus, the beaches on the northeastern side of the island are sandy and flat, while the beaches on the southwestern side are rocky and steep. Zakynthos has a thriving tourism industry and is one of the top tourist destinations in Greece.

Top tourist attractions on the island include the well-photographed Wreck beach and the popular Blue Cave at Cape Skinari on the northern side of the island. On the northeastern side, are the islands Marathonisi and Pelousi as well as the bay of Laganas, one of the most frequented beaches in Greece.

There are also many mineral springs dating back to ancient times to be found on the island. Such springs are the St. Panteleimon springs in the village of Koukesi and the Tsouri springs in the village of Aghios Dimitrios. The mineral springs are an ideal therapeutic treatment for arthritis and rheumatism.

Things to See & Do

* Solomou square – Zakynthos Town
* Shipwreck beach (Navagio)
* Blue Caves
* Agios Nikolaos beach and the Bay of Laganas

DAY 5: Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik is located on the Adriatic Sea coast in the extreme south of Croatia, positioned at the terminal end of the Isthmus of Dubrovnik. It is one of the most prominent tourist resorts, a seaport and the center of the Dubrovnik–Neretva county.

Nicknamed "Pearl of the Adriatic", Dubrovnik is a beautiful medieval walled city which is over 1,000 years old and virtually untouched by the modern world. The same light-coloured stone can be seen in the marble-paved squares, cobbled streets, tall houses, convents, churches, palaces, fountains and museums. The oldest pharmacy in Europe, located in the Friars Minor monastery is a highlight.

Things to See & Do

* Sponza palace
* fortresses
* Franciscan monastery
* Medieval walls encircling the city

DAY 6: Kotor, Montenegro

Kotor is a coastal town in Montenegro. It is located in a most secluded part of Gulf of Kotor. Kotor is an old Mediterranean port and major tourist destination. It has one of the best preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic, listed with UNESCO world heritage sites.

This small medieval town on the beautiful Kotor Bay is both charming and seductive. Narrow streets, contiguous houses, bulwarks, churches, cathedrals, squares, carnivals and feasts, create an environment that one cannot resist.

Kotor has numerous other sights, such as Cathedral of Saint Tryphon in the old town (built in 1166), and ancient walls which stretch 4,5 km directly above the city. Sveti Đorđe and Gospa od Škrpijela islets off the coast of Perast are also among more popular destinations in Kotor vicinity.

Things to See & Do

* Cathdral of Saint Tryphon
* City walls
* Sveti Đorđe and Gospa od Škrpijela islets
* Beaches on the Budva Riviera
* Old town area

DAY 7: Split, Croatia

Split is not only an urban, cultural and traffic centre of Dalmatia with road and sea connections to Dalmatia's numerous summer resorts, but it is itself often a popular tourist destination. A city with a 1700-year old tradition, there is a variety of archaeological, historical and cultural monuments, among which is the well-known Palace of Diocletian .

Split has a variety of restaurants and wine cellars, offering domestic specialties. There are many beaches and public beaches in the city and its surroundings, the most popular of them being Bacvice, a sand beach almost in the very heart of the town. The cultural and entertainment offer of Split is extremely rich, particularly in the summer, when the city squares, yards and other areas turn into a large open-air stage. The Split Summer, a traditional festival in the middle of the summer season, includes dramas, operas and concerts.

Split has several theatres, among which the Croatian National Theatre, established in 1893, deserves a special mention as a house hosting theatrical festivals, the Split Summer and the Days of Marulic. There is also the Youth Theatre, and the Split Puppet Theatre. If you visit city Split remember it is a city of history, culture, and tradition but it is also a city of fun parties and great night life.

Things to See & Do
* Diocletian’s Palace
* Cathedral of St Dominius
* People’s Square
* Mestrovic Gallery
* Maritime Museum

DAY 8: Venice (Ravenna), Italy

Ravenna: 
Ravenna is a city in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. The city is inland, but is connected to the Adriatic Sea by a canal. Ravenna once served as the seat of the Western Roman Empire and later the Ostrogothic kingdom. It is presently the capital of the province of Ravenna.

Ravenna is a small, quiet city of brick palaces and cobbled streets, famous for its Byzantine mosaics and magnificent monuments. The most important sites featuring the fabulous mosaics are the Tomb of Galla Placida, the Basilica di San Vitale, the Baptistery of the Arians, and the church of Sant' Apollinare Nuovo, as well as the church of Spirito Santo and the Capella Sant'Andrea.

The city centre is very compact, and is easily covered on foot, although the city of Ravenna does offer the use of free-bicycles. The influence of nearby Venice is very noticeable in the main square of the city.

Things to See & Do
* Basilica of Sant' Apollinare Nuovo
* Walking tour of Ravenna
* Byzantine Mosaics
* City Square

Venice:
The city of Venice sits at the top of the Adriatic Sea in the north east corner of Italy. It is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The city sits on 118 small islands in the Venetian Lagoon – a salt marsh. In the 12th century Venice became a city state and its location at the top of the Adriatic made it a key naval and commercial centre as well as a flourishing art centre.

Modern Venice is stunning and retains the wonderful history of this unique city. It is a city of museums, galleries, piazzas, palaces, churches and more. One visit isn’t enough to see all that Venice has to offer but visitors should try and see the Basilica San Marco and San Marco Square, the Doges Palace and the Gallerie dell'Accademia which houses some of Italy’s finest art treasures.


Things to See & Do
* San Marco Square
* Doge's Palace
* Basilica San Marco
* Grand Canal